I'm trying to create a categorized view but the keyword field hasn't changed its value. Do you know a workaround?
Imagine the follwing situation: 1. Create a categorized view
2. Embed it on a form with a keyword field that controls the 'show single category' feature. The choices for this field are populated from the category column of the view (@dbcolumn)
3. Now view it over the web with the view applet
4. Select any category where there are more documents than can ne displayed at once -> the applet's scrollbar appears
5. Now it comes: Drag the slider down to the bottom of the bar without releasing the mouse button:
And: Oh DANG! You have lost category focus and find yourself in the last category of the view (notice your keyword field hasn't changed its value!)
Do you know a workaround (apart from switching to HTML views which came to my mind first)? Thanks in advance,
I don't know of any method other than HTML. This is probably a 'bug' that should be reported to Lotus.
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